The FishEye Web Server
You need to restart FishEye for any changes to these settings to take effect.
|HTTP Bind||The address the FishEye webserver will bind to. Can be just a port number, or an address and port number. If no host is specified, then FishEye will bind to all available interfaces. Examples are: :8080, hostname:8080, 10.0.0.11:80. At least one of 'AJP13 Bind' or 'HTTP Bind' must be set.|
By default, the FishEye application can be accessed via
http://HOST:PORT/ (where HOST and PORT are defined as above).
You can force the FishEye application to be hosted on a different "context" or
"path" by specifying a value here.
For example, if you specify a web context of "fisheye" then FishEye will be accessable from http://HOST:PORT/fisheye/ instead of http://HOST:PORT/.
|Proxy scheme||Can be set if you are forwarding through to FishEye from another webserver.|
|Proxy host||Can be set if you are forwarding through to FishEye from another webserver.|
|Proxy port||Can be set if you are forwarding through to FishEye from another webserver.|
|AJP13 Bind||The bind address for ajpv13. If no host is specified, then FishEye will bind to all available interfaces. Examples are: :8009, hostname:8009, 10.0.0.11:8009. At least one of 'AJP13 Bind' or 'HTTP Bind' must be set.|
|Remote API||Enables the FishEye's Remote API.|
|Server timezone||The timezone to use within FishEye. This timezone is used when displaying dates, and parsing EyeQL date expressions. If blank, then the timezone of the underlying host is used.|
|Site URL||This is the base URL for this FishEye instance. If not specified, FishEye will attempt to determine this value.|
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